MARTINIS AND MOXIE at the Palm Springs Cultural Center

Martini and Moxie is back!

Celebrate comedy and music by Dean Martin, Dinah Shore and more at the Palm Springs Cultural Center

After a successful run in 2021, Martini and Moxie is back in 2022 for a new collaboration.

This season the show is based on The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (1956-1963) featuring music by Dean Martin and a variety of guests, including some of Martin’s former Golddiggers.

With music, comedy and twists, expect to be thrilled with stories of days gone by, told by those who knew these two iconic mid-century stars with direct ties to Palm Springs.

Claudia Ried (Shore), Alan Kraemer (Martin) anchor the show with Conrad Angel as announcer.

Each show includes a cocktail hour with music from the Palm Springs Piano Bar (Ried and Kraemer) followed by an hour of variety at the historic Camelot Theater in the Palm Springs Cultural Center. The lineup will change with each show, with “some of the biggest stars” as Dinah chats with them and asks them to sing a song or two.

Tickets are available at Eventbrite.

Show dates: February 16, March 16, April 16, May to be determined

Palm Springs Cultural Center: 2300 E Barristo Rd., Palm Springs CA

For more on the show, Palm Springs POV and Palm Springs Piano Bar:

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The Palm Springs Cultural Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, founded in 2007 by Palm Springs philanthropists Ric and Rozene Supple.

The Palm Springs Cultural Center incubates, produces, and fosters arts and culture programs to harness the unique power of creativity to open minds, bridge what divides us, and discover what connects us.

Our programs include film festivals, farmers markets, live performances, art installations and lecture series – all of which act as points of creative inspiration – expanding our learning and building meaningful relationships with people and communities. environment around us.

As an organization, the Palm Springs Cultural Center is also at the forefront of recognizing the interconnection between cultural arts and food culture, and their combined importance to the vitality, collective consciousness and sustainability of the community.

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